Locavore, praised for serving comfort Filipino food with a creative twist, proudly announces the opening of their newest branch in Estancia. The new location promises an unforgettable culinary experience that celebrates the rich cuisine of the Philippines while also introducing something fresh to the table.
The location of the newest branch, Estancia, has gained a reputation for being a haven for foodies owing to its vibrant and diverse culinary scene. This destination is renowned for its selection of restaurants, cafes, and eateries, each offering a delightful array of gastronomic delights that cater to various tastes and preferences.
Locavore’s new address will feature an expanded menu, showcasing locally sourced ingredients and innovative flavor combinations, elevating the dining experience to new heights. With a contemporary and stylish ambiance, diners can anticipate indulging in the heartwarming flavors of traditional Filipino dishes infused with modern culinary techniques.
When asked about opening its second branch in Estancia, the Locavore team commented that: “We opened a second branch in Estancia because we believe in the power of food to bring people together and create unforgettable experiences. Estancia’s vibrant community and diverse food scene perfectly align with our vision of celebrating the rich cuisine of the Philippines while also infusing it with a fresh twist. With our commitment to sourcing locally and creating innovative dishes, we are excited to share our culinary passion with even more diners in this thriving neighborhood. The new branch allows us to further showcase our mixologist’s craftsmanship, crafting unique cocktails that perfectly complement our culinary offerings. We are thrilled to embark on this new chapter and continue delighting food enthusiasts with the magic of Locavore.”
The new Locavore branch will also introduce patrons to their new line of cocktails, carefully crafted by veteran mixologist Lee Watson. The collection will feature 7 drinks, each utilizing different flavors such as citrus juice, honey, and ginger, offering several refreshing options for guests to enjoy during their dining experience.
According to Watson, the development of new cocktail recipes heavily relies on the food being served at the restaurant. By identifying specific ingredients and distinct flavors, a collection of cocktails that perfectly complements the taste of the meals can be created.
“Cocktails can complement food in more diverse ways than beer or a glass of wine,” said Watson. “A cocktail can stimulate appetite as an aperitif, complement a dish, cleanse the palate between dishes, or help settle your stomach as a digestif. It can do this with a broader selection of flavors and ingredients than typical alcoholic beverages. And cocktails are increasingly becoming more complex in ways which match the complexity and techniques of food.”
Beyond being mere beverages, these cocktails promise to elevate the overall Locavore experience, infusing a sense of adventure and curiosity into each meal. Locavore’s commitment to employing diverse flavors and combinations of alcoholic bases not only offers a distinctive dining opportunity for guests throughout the restaurant but also fosters a deeper appreciation for the artistry of mixology.
With the opening of Locavore in Estancia, it can now reach an even larger number of enthusiastic diners in the vibrant neighborhood and nearby cities, making it accessible to a wider audience of Filipinos keen on experiencing Locavore’s dishes and handcrafted cocktails. This expansion not only mirrors the restaurant’s success but also displays its commitment to bringing its distinctive dining experience closer to the hearts and palates of more Filipinos.
Filipinos looking to try out Locavore and its menu selection can do so by visiting the following branches: Brixton Barrio Kapitolyo in Pasig, Forbestown in Taguig, Valero St. in Makati, S’Maison in the MOA Complex, Pasay, Eastwood Mall in Quezon City, SM City Bacoor, and Estancia Mall in Pasig. Eager diners looking for convenience can also order their favorite Locavore dishes through Grab Food and Pickaroo.